Miami Heat sign Chris “Birdman” Andersen to 10-day contract

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The Birdman is back. At least for a limited engagement. The Miami Heat have signed forward Chris “Birdman” Andersen to a 10-day contract. In addition to Andersen, the Heat have also signed forward-center Jarvis Varnado for a second 10-day deal. Andersen last played with the Denver Nuggets but was released in March 2012.

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The mohawk is still there but this time it’s low and dark. The Heat first worked out Andersen two weeks ago.

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  • Linkdeville

    Birdman is a true hustler, but I think they should have worked harder to get Kenyon Martin. Kenyon is a rebounder that can also get you 10 points a night. I think if he had focussed more on being a legitimate role player instead of trying to increase his shine he easily could have averaged a double-double on the season with points and rebounds. These cats need to summon their inner Rodman. The Worm was the man!…or was he the woman? Either way…he was always on!